Honeygrow selling produce and meal kits for delivery or pickup

When you’re short on groceries or just fancy making a stir-fry, the Philadelphia-based fast-casual restaurant Honeygrow sells the ingredients to prepare some of the dishes on its menu.

Through Honeygrow at Home, the chain sells a variety of groceries, including produce, pasta and other items that can be delivered and picked up at its Fishtown, Radnor and Bala Cynwyd locations. All items come from the region and are farm-fresh, according to the restaurant.

Customers can order groceries if needed or receive the ingredients for a meal set. Honeygrow’s dishes include zucchini, carrots, avocados, strawberries, apples, eggs, the restaurant’s HG spice, all types of pasta and the typical sauces. The full list can be found on the Honeygrow website.

For those who want to try recreating a dish from Honeygrow’s menu, the website has recipes for some of the specialties, including spicy garlic with chicken, sesame garlic with steak, and red coconut curry with tofu.

Larger restaurant chains like Panera Bread, California Pizza Kitchen, and Subway offer similar takeaway and delivery services as food demand rises amid the coronavirus pandemic and other retailers like Amazon struggled to keep up.

Amazon recently implemented an invitation-only policy for online orders for new customers.

Orders for Honeygrow at Home can be placed through the app or the company’s website.

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